About Deployment Methods
Four methods are available for distributing installation packages.
You must apply a deployment method to each installation package. See How to Deploy the Host Software.
|When the recipient clicks the link, the host software is installed to the computer the recipient is using.
Click Send Email with Link to send an email using your default email client.
Alternatively, copy the link and paste it to your preferred chat tool.
Ask the recipient to click the link and follow all on-screen installation instructions.
Remember: The host software will be installed on the computer where the recipient opens the link and runs the installer.
|Installer File (.msi)
|Download the LogMeIn.msi installer that must be run on the host computer manually.
Click Download Installer File to download the installer package. Users must run this pre-configured installer to install the host on their computers.
Note: Optionally, you can set up a Microsoft Windows Group Policy to automatically install hosts.
|Installer Executable (.exe)
|Download a self-extracting installer package.
Click Download Installer Executable to download the installer package. Users must run this pre-configured installer to install the host on their computers.
|Command or Batch File
|Download a batch file or create a command that you can run from command prompt. You must download the LogMeIn.msi installer to use the batch file or command from https://secure.logmein.com/logmein.msi.
Click Download as Batch file... to download a batch file.
Select Silent installation to install the host without user interaction.
Tip: Looking for command line parameters? See the following articles:
|Install bundle (.app)
|Download an .app bundle to use a custom installer that deploys the host software on Macs. This method supports silent installation.
|Install package (.pkg)
|Download a standard Mac .pkg installer, which offers fewer deployment settings than the Install bundle deployment method. The Install package method supports silent installation and JAMF distribution.